09/10/18 8:28 pm

Plastic Simulation Software Leader, Autodesk, to Hold Session at Mars International

(PISCATAWAY, NJ)- Mars International is excited to announce that industry experts from the world’s leading plastics simulation software company, Autodesk, will be conducting a live seminar on Thursday, September 13, 2018, from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM Eastern Time. The seminar will take place at the headquarters of Mars International in Piscataway, New Jersey and will be hosted by their Tool Engineering Manager, John Burk.

The focus of this seminar will be on how Autodesk and the services offered by Mars International can be used in tandem to help you develop your plastic products more quickly, with fewer surprises and delays, and with lower overall development and production costs.

Moldflow was designed to revolutionize the plastic injection molding process. Rather than offering a single software solution for designing products that will be manufactured via plastic injection molding, Moldflow provides companies with a comprehensive methodology that consists of five different tool sets. This methodology and the cutting-edge toolsets that go along with it can be applied by industrial designers, engineers, project managers, tool designers, and in production facilities to optimize the injection molding process, making it more efficient and more cost-effective.

By streamlining the injection molding process and providing companies with a comprehensive, all-in-one solution for developing plastic products, Moldflow has been able to position itself as the premier plastics simulation software for the past forty years. When combined with the product design, total quality management, project management, and supply chain management services offered at Mars International, Moldflow is an especially effective way to bring plastic injection molded products from concept to market quickly and affordably.

Plastic Simulation Software Leader, Autodesk, to Hold Session at Mars International

Understanding how to effectively integrate Autodesk’s and Mars International’s services into your existing business model may require a bit of a learning curve, and this is where Mars International’s seminar with Moldflow comes in. Over the course of the Moldflow seminar, experts will discuss the best way to adopt Moldflow into your product development process and how to best take advantages of all the features that Moldflow offers. In addition to this, you will also learn how to:

  • Predict and identify key challenges in the design of plastic injection molded parts.
  • Optimize part quality with shrinkage and warpage prediction.
  • Optimize ROI & product quality through smarter mold development/design choices.
  • Effectively reduce material & part cost
  • Decrease cycle time
  • Interpret simulation results to make actionable decisions.

How to Attend the Live Seminar with Moldflow Experts

If you are interested in learning more about using Moldflow to drastically improve the design process of your company’s plastic injection molded products, Mars International hopes that you will take the time to attend this valuable seminar. The seminar will take place at 60 Kingsbridge Road Piscataway, New Jersey 08854 USA, and registration for the event is now open. Seating at the seminar is limited, so be sure to sign up and claim your spot as soon as possible.

In addition to receiving invaluable information on how Moldflow can be used to cut costs and improve the efficiency of your product design process, as well as how Moldflow and the services offered at Mars International combine to create a comprehensive product design solution, attendees of this seminar will also receive a 30-day free trial of Moldflow. Attendees will also be able to apply for a free business process assessment plus an hour-long consultation on workflows that will accelerate time to market and boost profitability.

To learn more about the Moldflow seminar and to complete the registration process, visit this link. If you have any further questions about the upcoming seminar,  please contact Mars International for assistance.